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Nov 4, 2012 9:00am EST
in cleveland against the browns. despite the fact that there's nine games left in the season, it's safe to say it's a must-win because they've struggled on the road. last time out it was 43-13. earlier in the year, should have had the eagles beat but struggled in the second half. trying to figure out what is going on with this team away from m&t bank stadium where they score 17 points fewer per game. they spent the bye week trying to answer that question and one thing they'll try to do is make sure they understand each other a little bit better, maybe simplify things a little bit so communication is not an issue. >> one thing we're not quite as good at on the road as we are at home is being on the same page and it might be any combination. could be in the passing game, could be in protection, could be in the run game. so we are looking at everything from a communication standpoint how we can make sure on the road that we're on the same page. >> checking college football saturday afternoon, navy and florida atlantic, mids trying to get a win to be bowl eligible but f.a.u. coming out
Nov 18, 2012 9:00am EST
of my perennials that are brown, i can cut those back. a lot of my daisies will stay up to provide winter food. it's also a good time to mulch. we're not going to be -- everything has gone dormant, so we can put on a couple inches of mulch that will keep everything warmed up until spring. >> cleanup is a lot of it at this stage of the game, because nothing is going to grow. >> that's right. then there's that leafing thing. in my opinion, i think you ought to cut them in place, mow over them in you're not in a wooded area, grind them up and that will feed your lawn the natural way. if you have to leaf -- if you have to rake them up, put them in a compost pile that will be wonderful in a year or two. >> black gold. >> black gold. >> we'll talk more about, well, you know, modular gardening and what not in your house coming up next on your sunday gardener next sunday. we'll see you then. >> if you have gardening questions, send it to sunday garner -- >> and the new superintendent of maryland schools is in our studio right now, dr. hillan lowry is joining us for this morning's q & a com
Nov 18, 2012 5:00am EST
stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so fun. >> good morning. looking very quiet over the mid-atlantic right now, but a few clouds are just starting to creep in. we started to see those overnight. they're going to increase throughout the day. that's because there's a little bit of the disturbance down across the carolinas which you can see most of the showers off shore on the radar. a few of them creeping into the coast of south carolina. they may start to migrate into the outer banks. this area of unsettled weather is going to alert nearby as we go into the upcoming work week. we'll talk about that coming up in the seven day. winds are very calm, only around five miles per hour. that's typical. normally we see the strongest winds throughout the day. look at it already down towards the coast. 18 miles per hour in ocean city, ten miles in chrisville. that's part of the disturbance down towards the south. that's helping increase the winds in southern maryland. 75 the current tempe
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